Wat we doen
On Thursday September 12th, the IT Infrastructure & Security Alliance is hosting another Cyber Security Meetup, as a Service!
In this edition we have 2 people share their experiences. The first speaker will show you what you can see in an office, what you can learn about your colleagues and what your managers are up to. We’ll also listen to how you can use Cyber Threat Intelligence for your home, and of course for your business environment.
18:30 Doors open + 🍔🍔🍔
19:00 💬1: Adrianus Warmenhoven
20:15 💬2: Reza Rafati
21:15 End + drinks
💬 Introduction to the topics
Talk #1: You can run, but you can't hide; why are you running naked through the office?
Humans feel very much in control of their physical environment; they can survive in the jungle, under water and even in outer space.
If we meet a problem, we usually try to tackle it. But what if we do not see the problem at all? What if the problem only sees us. What if the problem has no interaction with us at all? Instinctively we would feel that it is not a problem then. Adrianus will show you what you can see in an office, what you can learn about your colleagues and what your managers are up to. And there is nothing they can do about it. Well, almost nothing.
Talk #2: Cyber Threat Intelligence done right
Everyone wants to buy cyber threat intelligence, and preferably in a high quantity, but is this the right way? What can you do yourself with cyber threat intelligence. In the presentation "Cyber Threat Intelligence done right" a deep dive is taken into how you can use cyber threat intelligence for your home, and of course for your business environment.
👨 About the speakers
Professionally, Adrianus Warmenhoven has been involved in pioneering endeavours in IT since the early 1990’s.
Collaborated in setting up firsts in Dutch anti-cybercrime, branch organization for ISP’s as well as being CTO for one of the first free ISP’s in the Netherlands, co-designer of supercomputing hardware and running high-volume projects for Dutch governmental organizations.
For various international companies, he has done security reviews and given advice on how to deal with active threats and extortion.
Nowadays he advises in research, mostly concerning cybersecurity and he lectures whenever he can.
Reza Rafati is a passionate security specialist with a focus on cyber threat intelligence, malware and cyber warfare. He works as a manager and in his spare time he maintains his cyberwarfare website cyberwarzone.com.
We are located next to Station Amsterdam South which is easy to reach by public transport. If you come by car there are cheap parking options close to the meetup location. In the streets after “De Boelenlaan” (5/10 minute walk) you can park for €1,40 per hour between 08:00 – 19:00. After 19:00 it’s for free.
Save the date, hope to see you then.